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Students Recognize Outstanding Faculty 2016-2017

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The Bloomberg School of Public Health has a long tradition and a firm commitment to providing its students with instruction of the highest quality. Excellence in teaching stimulates intellectual curiosity in students and prepares them to address the most challenging public health problems facing the world today. Each term, the School recognizes faculty who have contributed significantly to the intellectual life of the School through their excellence in teaching.

Honorees are those instructors who received an average score of 3.6 or above (on a scale from a low of 1 to a high of 4) in both the Overall Course and Overall Instructor categories of their student course evaluations, with a response rate of 70% or higher. New this year, Summer and Winter Institute instructors are also recognized by the School for their contributions to excellence in teaching. The School would like to express our deep appreciation and congratulations to the following faculty members who have achieved teaching excellence so far in Academic Year 2016-2017.

Summer InstituteSummer Term, Term 1, Term 2,Winter InstituteTerm 3,Term 4

Summer Institute

Judy Bass
Associate Professor, Mental Health
Course: Mental Health and Psychosocial Needs of Refugees after Resettlement in High Income Countries

Piers Bocock
Associate, Health, Behavior and Society
Course: Knowledge Management for Public Health in Low and Middle Income Countries

Carlos Castillo-Salgado
Professor, Epidemiology
Course(s): Epidemiologic Applications of GIS
                Professional Epidemiologic Methods: Surveillance
                Professional Epidemiologic Methods: Topics and Methods for Health Situation Analysis

Jason Connor
Course: Bayesian Adaptive Trials

Josef Coresh
Professor, Epidemiology
Course: Methods for Clinical and Translational Research

Mary Cwik
Assistant Scientist, International Health
Course: Introduction to Quantitative and Qualitative Research for American Indian Health

Daniel Obeng
Associate, Biostatistics
Course: Statistical Reasoning in Public Health I

Paul Gaist
Professor, Health, Policy and Management
Course: A New View: Improving Public Health through Innovative Social and Behavioral Tools and Approaches

Michael Griswold
Associate Professor, Biostatistics
Course: Analysis of Longitudinal

Ann-Michele Gundlach
Assistant Professor, Health Policy and Management
Course: Foundations of Organizational Leadership

Jeannie-Marie Leoutsakos
Associate Professor, Mental Health
Course: Latent Class Analysis and Regression for Mental Health Research

Tianjing Li
Assistant Professor, Epidemiology
Course: Introduction to Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis

David Love
Associate Scientist, Environmental Health & Engineering
Course: Aquaculture, Seafood and Public Health

Tamar Mendelson
Associate Professor, Mental Health
Course(s): Gender and Mental Health
                Manuscript Writing for the Social and Behavioral Sciences

Ana Maria Rule
Assistant Scientist, Environmental Health & Engineering
Course: Air Sampling Workshop

Katherine Clegg Smith
Professor, Health, Behavior and Society
Course: Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods

Tara Sullivan
Associate, Health, Behavior and Society
Course: Knowledge Management for Public Health in Low and Middle Income Countries

Moyses Szklo
Professor, Epidemiology
Course(s): Intermediate Epidemiology
                Critical Reading of Epidemiologic Literature

William Ward
Associate Professor, Health Policy and Management
Course: Fundamental of Budgeting and Financial Management

Summer Term

William Brieger
Professor, International Health
Course: Training Methods and Continuing Education for Health Workers

Rosa Crum
Professor, Epidemiology
Course: Principles of Epidemiology

Term 1

Jackie Agnew
Professor, Environmental Health & Engineering
Course: Health of Vulnerable Worker Populations

Lawrence Appel
Professor, School of Medicine/Epidemiology (JOINT)
Course: Epidemiology of Kidney Disease

Randy Bryant
Course(s): Biochemistry - An Introductory Course 1

Brian Caffo
Professor, Biostatistics
Course: Advanced Methods in Biostatistics I

Homayoon Farzadegan
Professor,    Epidemiology
Course(s):    Epidemiology and Public Health Impact of HIV and Aids
                    Epidemiology and Natural History of Human Viral Infections

Mary Foulkes
Associate, Biostatistics
Course: Biostatistics in Medical Product Regulation

Michael Giandrea
Associate, Health Policy and Management
Course: Statistical Analysis for Policy Making I

Jonathan Golub
Associate Professor, Epidemiology
Course: Epidemiologic Basis for Tuberculosis Control

Bradley Herring
Associate Professor, Health Policy and Management
Course: Introduction to the U.S. Healthcare System

Chiung-Yu Huang
Associate Professor, School of Medicine/Biostatistics (JOINT)
Course: Survival Analysis

Caroline Jacoby
Associate, Health, Behavior & Society
Course: Entertainment Education for Behavior Change and Development

Vanya Jones
Assistant Professor, Health Behavior and Society
Course: Program Planning for Health Behavior Change

Jeff Kahn
Professor, Health Policy and Management
Course: Foundations of Bioethics

Joanne Katz
Professor, International Health
Course: Doctoral Seminar in International Health

Emory Knowles
Associate, Environmental Health & Engineering
Course: Principles of Occupational Safety

Jeannie-Marie Leoutsakos
Professor, School of Medicine/Mental Health (JOINT)
Course: Statistics for Psychosocial Research: Measurement

Jill Marsteller
Associate Professor, Health Policy & Management
Course: Evaluating Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Programs

John McGready
Associate Scientist, Biostatistics
Course: Statistical Reasoning in Public Health I

Cynthia Minkovitz
Professor, Population, Family and Reproductive Health
Course: Research Seminar in Population, Family and Reproductive Health I

Ramin Mojtabai
Professor, Mental Health
Course: Introduction to Mental Health Services

Henry Mosley
Professor, Population, Family and Reproductive Health
Course: Population Dynamics and Public Health

Alvaro Munoz
Professor, Epidemiology
Course: Advanced Methods for Design and Analysis of Cohort Studies

Roger Peng
Professor, Biostatistics
Course: Statistical Computing

David Peters
Professor, International Health
Course:  Applications in Managing Health Organizations in Low and Middle Income

Michael Rosenblum
Associate Professor, Biostatistics
Course:  Probability Theory

Elizabeth Selvin
Professor, Epidemiology
Course:  Welch Center Research Seminar

Timothy Shields
Associate Scientist, Epidemiology
Course:  Spatial Analysis for Public Health

Frances Stillman
Associate Professor, Health, Behavior and Society
Course: Introduction to Qualitative Methods in Tobacco Control

Jon Vernick
Professor, Health Policy and Management
Course: Issues in Injury and Violence Prevention

Daniel Webster
Professor, Health Policy and Management
Course: Graduate Seminar in Injury Research and Policy 

Peter Winch
Professor, International Health
Course: Doctoral Seminar in Research Methods in Applied Medical Anthropology I

John B Wogan
Associate,  Health Policy and Management
Course: Policy Communications: Reading, Writing and Talking about Policy

Jennifer Wolff
Associate Professor, Health Policy and Management
Course:  Health Issues for Aging Population


 













































































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